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W«eki]r. »b«a m* jxtW ta aaNaaee. I a
BT cttso.
W,f. pit wmk » ««^t
aaaant nmcn
Tirana.Optta «M> r~t*f ki_
I*ort Hitlitft IhtikHae. Ta#»r
OlmSa, Maia tt. aeat *wr «• r»aa»««.
»«ha*rll>rft orOrtiM aMnmr* '*a*«*<J
■boaS4 «t«« (ke «Ml ai<i«»» ta a«fe a* <a»
all maittaawt to f««
«a>: ta «-•».■ Orattl*.
HMt p«n»lft*l>.
For raw time pa«t
«f U>e IV«wtMt;i faith ki« l«*B
a«-«rtioK Uiat real U J>»af*J on tfe»
free tut ia U»e ornate tariff laß. Tfci
ha* r*ro reinsl ui»o t«> "»ak« o»J>i«al
for the Uemoeraltc (ilHitatia amomr
the w»eo«. who »«
in the tariff, and if tbe were
• tr>*e on* It aoakl teMtaw co»t the
KejXiUwan ran-li.!a«e« maay nrtea in
King co onty.
A» the pre«a npmt. fomWte*! at the
time of tbaintwdtirtJoß (A the WU. Wat
•onawhatoiweun. the P. J aT-l*r«iw-
««K ra yeoterday taU«rapl>c<! 10 ''♦na
tor William B Atlnoa. the author of
the bill, the direct qoaetiaa: "'• coal
placed un tha frre li-t in the NMM
tariff hill V deflator iMwi at cmca
replied "Coal l» not pot on lb* free
ti-t" At a matter of fact, tbetartff on
coal i- not cbanred tn the »an#te bill.
The B«|WlhWf»W party la pledged to
proMct American labor, wliethrr in
tbe Mtea, lit tha factory or on the
farm, and workinffme* who .ie
fqw» their approral of lis* ptdiejr of
{•rolcction muat *"te the Ilef i Wican
ticket.
The Kepttbfo an party oft r* tbe pe©
pie w Washington Twrrttotf prre
turn in avery one of the impofUftl
product* of tbe Unitvrj. The Dtwo
cratit, party propose* k> place
on tbe free iMt at {MM, to the
duty on efiry otherimportant prtxiact
of tb* territory, ami wnttially to
thro* our mirkft *W« «j#n for
eign n competition. Hatthe * pro
gramme* the voters of tbe territory
mu*t «'boo*f.
ANUTIIKK IJIDI6HITV.
I micr from hi* hottdaniifi in
ttiia city the National
t»ank In-drttctei *t* corre*pv»n«le«il at
!!ii(fab to tkpo-il a** bail
for Mr. Hainea' appearari' e for trial
on the 20tk of Movemlier. Aitbo'iirh
thi« urn had been f»*ed by M
the amottnt of Mr. Haines' t>afS v tlaa
to rt refuel tbe ca.«li deposit, and
Mr. Ifatfic* wasfiren the alternative
of tiiuiin;* prr-onal halt or to
jail. The matter was finally adjusted
by the ItttfTaio bank sectirin? two
of that city to aub>< ribe
t*j Mr. tond. litem elve«
accepting tin a,i'h dep > it from -euitie.
The evident vi*h and intcntkm of
foittkal enemlaa waa t«» Mr.
ii&u i r # in a titration which r would
be im| o siWo to secure bail, and no to
irmi bun to jail. Thl* new riftunp
•tance is in keeping: with tbe sMe
»«heme of p*r ecuti»»n of vbicli Mr.
Maine- is tbe victim. It taliie* well
with the midnight arrest, with the ef
fort to deny Mr. Ilaiuc« tbe privilege
of boil and with tbe «(lUt io hurry
him acrosa the continent under cus
tody «i a criminal. It dots twit tally
with Mr. White'* assurance tb it the
|{t>vernment was desirous of irrantinur
an triHi.eid.ite iti.il.
A IIIMHiANC K TO BI*IVKM.
Tha «|tieation ol wharfage rate* t* n
a very important one at Seattle just
now From statements made ye*tcr
«la> i > aF»'at-|j»TKLUuas« ra reporter,
it Mam that the city i* suffer
initand likely to suffer atfli more, in a
bw-inev* way, from a system which
put* a benw tat, In addition to freight
rare , opone\err pound ol mercbio
di e "hippad from thU city. A wharf
age rate »»f £%) cents per t-»n i*
tont to the adtliuon of At> cents to the
co-t of every lon of merihan n e
in tbi< city, since there
I no t-harite either at >an
Fram Port'ami ur T i«c»mu
to thi , it a mutnta to
a positive rimiaalcn
owatity. The wharf owner a ; e not
to lie but *ome me »n tor to
at) concerned ihnaid be to
protest J*eattlc from a charge thit i"
tuikmiritae)f felt a* a hindrance to
lining. The attention of tbe Iwntni
of trade is rvapeetfuiiy directed to the
m.itter.
I N9TAHI.K A * HATER.
Mr. Cicvclaml'i Ideas s em t«» have
ti*) a complete char ge within
the t avt four vear*. entirely j . tif \ in*
the New York Sih's rec-. Nt remark
tic.*! No president in the course of
four years ever learned »o tnan> thinir*
that he did not know, or uti'ejunal o
many tbiniti that he he knew,
but tiuin i 1 In hi" tetter of aocpt
ai.ee tour year* ajjo Mr tltvri>nd *aid
It sr. »wt«i he remetabeext that rue af
Ik*' ol prealdeot la eeaNMiaßy
Irs nature. The 'sws martid b? Jefia I
tauve U aaw-H of the foteeamoat the < htsf i
bowtwl MtikiaUy m eafovc*. I
An i V e» the W'adom of tbf l-'.H e*i \
partv v
a n»«t» *<- f\w tfcar OJR.-e. ha- V* )
pKCie> asvl deelati v 4 its pH:ar!p!ea* it a *k s »
t" »«» nv>shin««:i the . js.-w %-ter of il* i
fteucaiaatKw* tkaa tne ».d *ee |
fa-'* know a t* « »o t titt
vtiat to salsrs and welfare o< the laa* i
Iktn rhat the? rannv-i tar Oso aftr» j ai'*d •
lio» far W bas so hie* mv j
llv«» <rf IIUP »-
?■ hvw ft alwc, is lilnstratoi y the f*d■ >
lowiJ jr &wa h; ft vni
Via e- message
. Utt'.* aud etrewaastaaeaa « rh 1 ;
ha' c v>*- kwd ta 11'« I ■-» '
anee ~ * w has aeraaa to aa**- lay o.lv< doty.'
l*> |.>ia ih* CiMlMtfWss " : a dtaUi%s V* a ■
nitix iiie c 4 the exci^t*--sa'd t'M f
(Mat tafetters, ts» Ueaaf f'in ie r Ms nat
'lii c \* ith v u h x, \
Al -u was sr*t*4 at Neru, \ >. . .
the ten per . f thv pofi* J
;; : n'V. ;
Val • :-.a vpt-n-v'<a?e : the
Ot their citf v
prtoeipta ef fnwrtam. Fiw twit
•mU piraij» tart bo? i®d®*»r.
a»4 aS (be o-her tacat in4attrie» trkarfs
■M atk« TtlfaM «M «t Ul« MC*
ant! t<
Wa hirjrtor. Territory. It it tbi* wml
aattori thai make* the people rn*«
tfce ®f p jluttod witbex
traoT'jtnafT |oa«'.
Bj hi* «%m»» tdKUi4r»ti(Ki e?
Uwpilkt Oiepirlswret Mr M.Vheil it
JaatHytaf tb* piestge* mad* ia
of bt« «Ma* aaatMht back.
Set! lie v> !tM bMeariag too hwi to
boM lh< (imiit ml criminal or»« |
who lurmj'itwl artier Ok former b**»>
lam pctk*lrat.on
It $■ hi'* etaajWT'sral tod hone*!
i-ta&A oa the great and aB imporuu.i
i-*oa of frra«e»'tlo«» thi4 i« atahhnr >Sr.
Aiicn't rao4i«iacy to fupiUr *ilh the
propte.
IfIS.IT OrTHI FXXM
A b*aa Fallar*.
' '>:*<abia t'tiru«U*l*.
Mr. Vooftoat eA«rt tedwlc* (be real
lan* of sk* I«»*at rant pal rn. rb* tart#
«pv«Tloa. bt a fallar* a* ia «Ti4*mi*4
t7 li.- t. r «f lb* territorial »<
•el! at t)wr t hararw-r »f tbe raapaica lit
entire Tk* of thin territory aader
•*and that ia »<*fmr far A'iea or Vaarkret,
tb»f rote for prsteruoa or frw trade "• tbe
«s of a* djrtrtljr aa if tbe»
were rotißf for Harrttoo or Cterelaad.
V uwhrri' Keeurd.
Pnjei roaod Man
Voorbe** ha» dua* atMvlatr'y aothlnf
f.rf •a*aint«<>a Territory All thai bat
r*ea la '»*r favor ba« beea
done br Kttun Ikdpb and MitebeM, of
Otegva.
tnm Not ( qui »*«•*»< "tke
I «rffa* *<atette.
Mr Voorbett aad bia Heaienaatt ar~ be
ron'i l a'arsaedL Tbeyr ntpptmni there «»«
but one »tial, litriai. !.<ira!n* Ittoe la the
campa'ri avt that wa»-lbe duty of tbe
totera of Waablattoa Territory to tend Mr.
Ywrheea back t> Wa«iilattoo two a or*
jear«, l."»: be «|(M «>aii»Me bi» ta»k of
>*<nriii« tb* fcrktm of the Nortbera
Pa*- ft-' iaarl c-tn*. tbr a*lmi««ioa of a
iatftoa Territory. rimSraatloa of !l*u lawl
M-ttScrafa tb*ir tw«r». and ib» appoint
m-ti! of Itirlutal tilittm to territorial
o#'*«
The? r#/»v. find that the Totw a?* Inter
ested ;n the (Miff question, aa i Mr. Voor
bee»d*'L( lik* to handle the tariff »|wes
tton. llfpft frn to tell the people what be
baa dm**, m 4 what he intend* to do. He
baa no time to defend the Mill* bill, or ex
plain the benefit* of fw trade and the
evil* of Voorbata and tk-tory
1% the ia***, And it mn*t not be ohant-ed
by am h dutl a* the R« pu'dkans
are for ag on tbe people's Attention.
Concerning Kailrcad Attorney skip.
fpokana Falls Review.
Mr. Voorhee*. e* railroad attorney, ami
his organs are buss to attempting to con
n»o t 34r. John B Alk'U with the S. F. ft.
K i.'o. Mr. Voatrfeee* waa at one timr, we
heller, the hired lawyer of this corpora
tion, paid by tk* year io do !ta work Mr.
JUlen, ha*. in the course of a large prac
tice, appeared both for ami again* the
i-ot:tpmi) f In speeJal can*, a* indeed every
Jaw? er iu the territory. of recognised abil
ity ha* dos**. appearing* however. much
oftener again**, than for the com: an v. if
at an t » iluiß into the wtsd of pii-
TtU> warfare. te« n<» have* the troth, and Id
»w m>* 4l«erimlna!e eitrer. tut vi«it our
wrath npon all the m«-n who bare had
<Saallnft with thv taiiruad. from the mau
who teila it «opphv» to the man who 9ra>i« a
lew roaHmkl.
the l»av < f llam!int« Over.
Klkn»!rtjrifh locatiaer.
Voorheea* apeeeba' the court hou«e on
Wvdacaday did 1114 HU ittbeapplauw that
Hreeu-d him on former occasion*. He rode
fn!«» if Ace on the forf itnre promiae twice.
a;id he i» riding (be *a ne old h«»r*e a rain,
sol th«» jaded, afaviacd and worn ont old
f«*.i.<w cannot iarry him any ionfft'r. The
fa<-i i*. we are no nearer forfeiture now
t'.an we were foar >ear* afo. Humbnf»
) ave th*>!r day. and tfci* one ha- been
p a>ed for a'.i It waa wrortti by Vwrbtct.
if he abonid U A candidate for the neat
n years he would work th« same old
racket.
ItralM#. ><»t Itraas.
Otympia Tartiaian.
Hon. John B. All. n will be the oevt dele
gate to <oafr»"«a from Washington Terri
tory. We will lie represented b> braina
aod not bra ». by a»did ability and net
e I tidy rhetoric.
tireefed With Knthnalaam.
TUe l<s.i»* Timea Mouutaueer.
H»n. Juhn H. A ilea, Itopuliiiean randi
dale for delegate to ct iagresa. La* o)«ened
the ra<ni>a <a in Wa«bingtou Territory.
Wherever he ha* spoken he has been
greeted with the greatest euthuaiasm.
Admit* fiefrat «»f the Oesnoerata.
t niontoHu Jlonrna' l*»m.)
The chances are us eiecting our
delegate tki» yrar: of eoatte. we will m t
r.nht Into the harms* and work hard for
\ oornee*. If any man ran be elected, it t*
\ oorh -cn, but we think that aa long aa it ia j
... 'C.i.tful. the party ought to have;
taken into consideration that to have a
m«od man ii*f Yoorhafts ilefvaud hurt* the
parl>. w ti« rt-a* it tie i«rt) l>ad put K. \%
It Mao or B»o Warner np. the {arty
voaiO have been uour the worse for defeat.
It 111 llr a Hard Taak
tHyiapla Partita.
Ueu V<iarheea come* over on this aide
of the mc»uutain». he wi'.l tell our lumber
I laaoofat ttneia and »»«gger». mru.
; iofar-ra, and iron workers what he thiuk»
a i*emociat.« free trwtle scheme.
tiailroad \ ttorney •.
t oliaa tiaaette.
The » bchail* ' aud other IVmo
eratie j "f* si gning very hard to
pr»n . tl.c : pre-*.on that John K Aileu
\* a ra-"M«i a u*ruey because he was re
la ».« ;«< > the Norihetu PacifteUia
<a* Ihe.v afv »traiaing at a gnat. No
dcahee tl.at lohA It- Aiieu hasattißi«.»
a. ted a* c-masei for railroad companies
Neari> cv t -y >awjer of prominent aatllty
i* a. one tone et anotLef rtta.ned by them
in local cases,
But John H. Alia a never was the rt aular
** *- tl s'?*.tue> «d the Ntwthem Tactile
•-•••»•.» i * -.*■..•* * Y(hh bees wa*.
It-fo:x Mr made his ftr-t race
fo r\*ugre*« iu P t, he was the ngwiarty
«■A aitorw uf tbe Northern Fiacite
iand d*pn:tn,ea*. sad daring hi* iacam
baai | of that * he rendefed a written
la w h.> a he defended that com
t-aay agaia*t» r w.tso/ a settler of Whj
man county la tbtsc.ptatoa he 4tvtared
' i e% •> io. this traot sattbhi
' ; . s ; U Co.. aca tOete ts no
p.*wetor iii the i'nded stttr* to
<* j■ 5 • •» • (Jv*rwt» {turn it) ia
a pao u.-. *eto to tae Aortas to fa
i'■ k •* i!c the gtnmt oi lands
" Halted Coaapaay
.« m.g a sranr m jnm.s*i;u ana Oiu u«- ai
ts U •*. t'j* un*.-.; oiaie tltae-whett taelanda
* •«' l at '"-at ? • ac- u;rv an aafaitahic
:,.u rve-;. • «fiis i* our.rc-iy iWwtapeteat
• ?i ' - i nitcd atatv to ahraigate or de
i w \ V V»* rhees no 4 ♦ nly tbe
a'torn- ;• r any be now »«
mr» ..: <• \l- . v.at rt udt;. eg an ofda
•4* t - V i > sktats had ejo
t?* <at oja tt tiis .and* it has)
bu; Mr, \ *&. l - '— a n«v? Craw a salary
ftfeaa e N>rth*?w JTatftic now. and be
iaae that emmfmm#
'• v to ' ► . s r.da. w'.aeb he naid
- '-V ' ia^owpetea^
■ ' : ■ & '• »•_«. jfc.'i g to e
a:£h«a» 4 prescient
fees are-eyoo ev« ry ol the as* aa-i
■ - - t-i-» ' *" iMare
vsi x* ■■ - '*' v ».awl":«i"aa *a » caaaa* he
**■ * s 5 i *:»*»(* ato tbe ok!e^
s e llwiitiiaiatii vi -r-! r wao tna ■ e wiaaig la
atsM-.' t v»c. wh'V vj- aid aj»-» kaow tne
i!*'- ' '": a» .* # aciw*! t*> a man Wew-«*v
hv- is a j - ea:i s'cocney, cersaiaiy Mr.
\ jjssrfcc-oa » - ntitied to a ?*«"' *naiv sf sa&d.
4- ' pa|« > v " v.-- : s.boaid ka^.w
. * it -■ thrown a; Mr.
• a . * ■ . c »ui cove? "he garmcttt
THE SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9. I***.
TEE etrntioi ox ML mmxxu
(mm* WMtUo** <1 ■»»>«>«»■■
(«lm!u
Tkt CfeoeWw it »s*»« to tsapssSs# aoy
Stapiutur or polit-eai m-?ti*< to the mtsi aw
M She oflMato. la tow maner. bws
itn the %u r*f Iwb. for«ed «o4 ibr»
MMMMtn.Cwt.j4it I** «•
railed. It rtr»i t&* rtblfji Joy «f 'jemi:at
MA wKh » »««
dealtrfaatyirwa.
Tkt n W|t.
gp*fcan* r»E» Eettew.
Tk< <*>■» teiteted » rUarf**
tja.a* Mr. Ha a.a win bare a reedeac J to
>i«*r*4it (be tanßret of tkoae eaeafed ia
dsU riuwUM *-»! to ears** p«o*i* tf.
rt%fi t;« whole beCaett a* *J rirrtfos
r>-r.35f
The HHMrtl naak'a* 13* «rrm wC.
-*ri«e sfce .-eateaapl of al! bear* «»ra aad
rat one lUa to rieard tte ««» lateoded
far • eenaatioa at a tnrrr <!mMsM dlt
sar of lAi liit bratalttr. Dracaia* »
man from hit bed fn (W prwwwe «f kit
badiftt 2 «*«M la the moraine. who. in
««l«r to tar* them from <Hett*ot. ha-J IB
<M tnnt by *aTi;n* !k f«Mf CTwO
ali day ia ***!« °f !hf o»-«re, wacka
mem of pe****at»»a of prjoftatoa.
C«»>«4 by D»»rr«U Ala®.
Tat Spafcaa* OnMkfat At Itadfoa I* m
oeratic ia Ka-l-ru Watbmjtoa, In
apeaklKe editoriaUr about iba Ht wi affair
rxprtanrs itKll a> f«ik>wa.
"Tbe fact tr.at tke s«4i< tm*nt traa foaad
be a frasd Jttj ia New Tuck- aad it mora
able at Koeb*rt*r. V V. <m tbe l«tb of
• ».tob*r. ukr-n witb aU tb*
giii aiaalaaetl se*T»»Utile doaM
that tt U a poiftiea! «o*e. W» a» aol fee
pared to to-tor* tiiew vlom of neli poilti
ra! tarltrt eren tbo«*j «rer *ea*w» Oeiao
rralt nay resort tatkuL"
Sm. >»l If He Wtra a IMawrtt.
Port Tuwoaead At|WL
T%« qa**tioa **ry aatarailr ariaet
* ..Bid I'at J. C, Hal net bare been tob
jn-Ue4 to tbe ladlfaity bea{>*d upon him
oy the Detaoeratle otßclato if he bad been
a fliawiif we fcarard cothinz io tay
lot be wowld B"t. Col Haiuet It an eio
■Junit orator, and «ich a foeelble ia'i;«ir«
• f aier tbat he wat tni-r to deal vro» rery
eTrrtire bloat tbii fall. The j.r<rt«t was
teixed apoa to take hi at »ut of tbe conlett.
aud I srrjw o-ilnm apon the party oncb a
mean adraa'as* "ill !«•■! mwa he fontutleß
by «'ot Haiaet' friend*, aor by Kivahlicaot
teaeraily.
A Cowardly I'riirrrditg.
Ilwlwil HeraM.
Mr. Uiiiif* ia •*' airman of the Rcpnl
iicau centra'. committee in this territory,
awl to thU fact i* no doubt the »«1 of
thave pMWOtoJ »nd eiwnted
thla outrage ttpoo a a and worth y
firiien. So oue doubts bin Innocence of
the uff<_n*v* charged or the object oi the ar
rrst. *ueh an attempt to bta< ken the
character and rula the reputation of *
man !» cowardly, aud will react against iti
p«rpvtrkt<Mi
It Has Fallen Flat.
la Corner Mail.
r»c!t i» cot the fiigt;t*f*x qtseatiaa of Mr.
lltsooeoee. It i* a airdto#»p
that a hl' h profe-aioftal «tan<liuic
camnl by rear* of intinatry and integrity
in Hie ha« been preatituted
aud leapihiM bj a i-uugUn-z a<teroi4 at
the triek ol ma
terial arUUNMPe. A - a politif al move the
ti lieuio ha» fallen rerna r kabty !sat, at the
inutirc was tnatantiy detected by I>emo
rrat*» a* we? s a« The fact
that Mr % Yoorhee wonSd r»-aort
to»ucha tn< k aho.rid a one defeat him.
ertn if Ue wa* a": already hopelea*!y
tnowed uudr *.
An Act that Will tteaet.
(*o!fax «iatrtl«.
The arr«»t of Col. JohstC. Halne«. cha'r
maa of the Kepnbik'au tvrritnria* commit
kf» fur complicity in au anprored attempt
tod' frandd the foverument, ha* created
c uHid» rai»le ndtmcet in circle*.
The taaaner of hi# arrest, coupled with the
fa#-t that it *«l hinted at •everal day» be
fore ita occurrence, aud au evident attempt
made lo en-ate poUtiea" eapita'. out of it.
will certainty react upon the perpetrator*.
That raited *U! Attorney White i* fnliy
capable «»f *«ch a trick Jafenera'iy known.
Colonel Hain ;t K«* refj«a**d hia poaition
a* f hairman of the Kt-publican committee,
and gone to Bufaio to anwer the cbaryet
apkimt him. lie needs nodkfeuae person~
aily, by the Keynbiiean pre*, nor doe a the
party lo whir h i ••' . As a private
ritiaen he will Meet the charges
him. and a h« *»t of friend#. K<publican*
and Detaocrai« alike, belle re he will tri
umphantly refute the« before the law.
TflF. FAC T* EXAMINED.
The Ktldenee A|(sinat Mr. Halnea
Thinner Than a shadow.
fcOH, Oct. R.
To Till Kutoe Permit me »pace for a
calm word coacerninc: the charges asainst
Col. J. i Halm*. Th' j only shadow *»f
evidence again*t him are same letters and
a telegram, allaged to have been s« nt by
Mone. letters we re actually sent
to Mr. Haines— a %ioleat *upp«w}tlon—bow
did they come ta l»e in ti»e wnbtsalou of
ti;e oydma I»ii Mr. Haims
send tbem hack.
Again, if the*e *musf" -rs were In doubt
«« t«> the «-a?cst na> i»f rtui»»vit»e the
< plant, is It Uely they would be a»kiug
advice of a man *;'» mike away* "Hure
is no doubt In my at'.nd, nor ran there be
in the mind of *•»> man. Deru< '-rat or Ke
publican, who will think over the matter
a moment, ?bs* sat of the snarigglers. in
«.-rdcr to conceal hia id- tnitv. assumed
t»e aanve of Flats* * 1* ; st i? nn»tv natural
♦ ban t i>* «*sr* r i'«l far- a !ot»ied a*
an aiia- the nam» of hi« att-n-nej ll«» ma>
hu\» • it »' n *■■■■■'.■ . •• ;n»? « e; p* r
haj»s a« be was a'"-at fo rejdster •' a
h«a« 1 and disro\ered Htm? one wh<» knew
bis reeee>l. Having ***■ imed the name, he
t f coarse ;»«*d to »l k t
I have no doubt t • i« aid pmve to be the
Ime thct»rv coa»cming the letters. I do
not know Mr. Ifafnc* snd my motive In i
addressing yon I* simply to say bow th:a
mu*t *trike a disiatefested observer. The
a'tack. though made on Mr. Haines per- j
* i a!med at t l .'* ftepablicaa i«arty |
t»jr-»iu ; Mi.' 1 •' )'.< pnhltcaas • ( Wash- •
foffrttorv. I opiu*-. vndciVand Ihla
and will :a» ; it at tne psih S. }.
A Qaeatlaa for T«w rhces.
colum t ia t hra&Me.
J«»hu R. Allen «s« the firs? Republican
c.ftlcial to fall a \i< Um : » "»ivi! s-nice re
forta" as administered by M'.
Voottwe* when t:erf did not c'.sim any
credit for this net. batTt fa arted that he
did elsewhere By what ha'* be
come of Mr \ • ««•- antssroniim to sec
retary uslttp. whom be has ao bitterly
attacked 1 la I- c Mr u«!n^ s made
staromr aisamtt Mr Voorhees and
waa guilty of other r* »4 "c-ffvasive par
tteanahlp." t. f Mr Yooehees la in aneb a
<s*r-l with ?'ie w y haan«;d
the «><fi n*' \ e ' ■ retiiry fiecn replaced wilh
a Demo<pratSe recmlt from lieyond sbe
laeklf* '< «are?y i* i* ; sr«e» a- s»*erTe»l
by the Port-aad .V, -<. t l»a? tba
> ATthcrn Kail mad Company,
tbe e-vp :ci of ''-sptaifa, is
ausje-n for the fe-etoßtJoa of Voatrbees. I#
&at t Nort^eraPMA aeain
ha* found aa* f» r the delegate gad has
a»traager thing* happen every day. Mr. j
VfcHvebees was o*nre tbe taiaried aTtonrey \
rv{ :. • a",vt •*- "* -• '■*'■ I N r ":v- !
ern, and as sorb attorney pros-*en red pavw I
aa4 trw tto *nke ass;, tb* ; r :v.<tsaea. |
t» awrf'ten oplnkMi a pae awk <asebej
eiatmed t! at the Jtad rtat of that cota- f
pars rwold r?ot f --e f«ir&* - .ied. Raring a
ttaarfwl with Mir. " holxettbout tbe amonnt ?
of H* pay la a ft t» .a t. t, be left tbe I
srrtiee of casapaay an-d vested re- j
singe. Ifasfag I with ihepresi |
dent >s ft na'tkely that he la seekjag 1 re-1
i-s#Wii >' At any rat'*, u fa pertinent to
aai> Why ha* 2or Owing* tSMpsfit*
t(«l Mr g( AUvS-
Tbe C< btrso St lit be <*rewl.
Partisan.
Wben ' -b.n i \ .\eu aj - * a tfce IfcEvraa,
whar a aarpriae tt wilt be to tbe repre-!
amtarlv -» fn«t • th» scales, to meet a t#a- •
tk'taan
thv • * - * .? yrara.
Thnrsiatt tSeteata t igarettsa.
New \«rk
itdr*.- Tl'"S~*«*an de* a cigaffiHH*'
sm*'lrr aU aaal. Oo
fti* rrtja *:ra>ie*-> en:«*r b:s ear
w "h a c*cw:»--"se. The can vaaeU - oe,
**;< % a - * f tc {iv
«f tt»* » »r*«a « »•»-, h i » if, hr *'««:
a v «a?etJ*'"i t Hate to •
nay *a>» f:v- u* -r * ■* i
alsaos-t ts * sim.
•rant or Lin.
Gwral Cat Swa&aca
I h*<r m*m ye* Wfafre.* Waiter—~T«-».
\ttr. I was a two hew !« jewr."" Ah'
TiM mrvmtt tern xl. i waa a waiver h-srt
tet ywr—n&atelp** fe«*rtL
Brown-"! raw Parity ** wmrain#
«ad 1 iMat tbißk that *»!
»dV i&b-amm fgttmtn—"l —* turn,
urn. asd 1 a* aa' toefciu ruw*"-
!ij weil He «•» bw 15 w4M<t* ■»
i :W UKti M -•«*.
Ikrt Went Toertber Ort- '*t- firtz*
b*. I waet to a>k a tan* of *•*." Empkr -
«—-Well, Jmw, »b«t U Sir' -A bailed
«a*ie «< attne »to fee bcrtod ia-day aad I
wt*u4 ilkt m cutitUH tmmmrni. -\eey
»*il, Jim. fcwt vail a lew awl
we li fo u«etfcer I waat to a«a the hail
fasw "—Ltmemtm
•Ml* Mao 4." h* Mid. -I bar. (wm» ia
'iiJa dutMto »<t Tova otMfUa*. aad I
wv»s?t: a raw trtUi aw. S>nr. >«!«*» *o«
U7 tt OS I SMI to WIS JOB that if F« fc*l
So<-Be«l » Sw a water »«l *t!! bare tw
■akr« k*rk. a» aj faiarr oi jo «to ai
wrarin< nwrh !«.*|pr 4laaaoad»."
, And Masd «aiC the wo«>d k«ep the ring
Tbe Klodereartea ftwlwr - "X"».
»h!Mrrtl. KO}thiß« tbat «a*l» a>flO« the
pannl !*«?.-*■■! «f «ralk!a|C!» ratted • rep
tile. I'as ;h »ir« Br aa exaaapie of a
nrwflt* Ina—"A «ona." Teacher—
-Ye*, thai will do Caa anyone pre me
aaotber eilfljpV Loc* »s>cre. Fl
□aiir P*«gT briebt *neak> op)—"I e*a.
tneber ' Ttat her--Well IV**y, a hat U
it — Bright .;ir;»Bsphaßt!j>-
- ' Nother worm. '—hmtea
MAKKI Kul
*n«-Firoon-I« » altlr. at the M. P.
panuoacr. <*L X IV*- by Krv l lark I»a
Tl», MOCrßeat E. Beach of beanie, and
Miaa Annie Fattlami 11 L> nden, Minn.
DIED.
Cmnti»ox-li Setftle. oneter v Miw
Anna M. Chrimaax.n. daoirhterof cbria
tiaa aud Abu rbrial ian«oo. a<ed S3
year*.
Funeral Iraa the M E. ebwfb. Third
aad Mar ton rtreetn, at So'elork to-day.
.Seattle. October ». IW. Annie
Ua>r, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Aibert Hatter, aged 6 week*.
NIC W ADTEKTlsnlim.
U*AIU>-ÜbT OK STOLEN OS
*" r-aJur.iay uijtbl. <i..-twber *. (run
»e»t View, uearSalsaou Bay. a »iuop. atrip
twit. 2> ieet loaf, bavin* iri.n emter
board. w;rv stay*, iron rn-ider and tiller,
aoidbali at maat head: lately bad a tie*
rouad Meru a-i'led i*.nitd ntuide while
«rith red t'irii «W, iuwde teliow and gre*n.
V. T DESSY. .-eatlJc. W. T.
MONEY 70 LOAN ON MORTGAGES.
HOUSES TO BENT
Oil Ice* to Kent
la tfc« BOSTON BLOCK »nd the
COLONIAL BLOCK.
Well located acre property fox
sale cheap, close to KXRK
LA.ND aad at WEST
SEATTLE.
Apply to
IIEKMAN CHAPE,
.IAMCH «TREET,
Op|:i.»it« OfrWrolsl ll»t*l.
GRAND BALL!
AT TURNER MALL.
Saturday Evening, October 13,
l r oder the auspices of Seattle Lodge
No. 29, P. K.
A4»Mqb ?L Ladies free. All are cor
dis i> invfM.
DISSOLUTION.
'pHK PI KM EXISTING INfiKK TITE
Jl came of Vrrd, Burdick A 1»uk«»!1
this day hereby dissolved. All 4«Mi will
hereafter he pa d by Verd A Uiuswall, who
succeed the aUi\c aria.
4 HAS. YERP,
0£ ». r>. RCBDICK,
U. 11. DINGWALL.
Seattle. 2. Isv*
B IDS
11 "ILL BE RECEIVED FOR DRIYING
** ».pib'H an I repair!of Seattle Ware
house i ompsav's wharve**.
i'tfARLKS H KITTINGER,
MSMSC* p .
The First Reglmsnl Armory
CAN BE RENTED
For Fair,. Bslli and Eat,rtmli>*
Melto.
CHARLES 11. KITTINGEH.
Secret*-y.
Board of Trade
SPECIAL MEETiNC
THURSDAY, 8 P. M.
<'H\Kt.E« n. KirriSfiEK. Sernurr.
Harrison Street Tax Notice.
-|"<HE TAX LEVI El) BY THE ( fTV
I < ouneil in the di»tr?et crr«<e<l by Or ■
dliano* So. *j6. tODmrtdc for the ir*>!imr \
of Hirrinou strcrt, from Bwx otrpft to Ki- i
Mot's has . and r .nMrii' t!:>* sidewalk* i
therrau. i« now due and ptycbie at the of-!
of the city treasurer. AU taxi*' not j
paid within
FORTY PAYS
Ol tb«* first «nf thfa notlee wi'l
hr le' iarrd h penalty «*f 5 p.-r
< «ot added. and interest at the rate of 10
petted charjceA
w. FORREST, Oty Otrt
Fln»» pnMt' i»?;*n of thf* notirv. <Vt. w.
A Good Chance
VNY ONE WI-Rlsßt T<* ?»F« TRE A
good *ti»re with * yo*d flourishing
bftflnes* will do Wrll by a*»i»!>ioc at ouee
t-> T. H. CAN'X, RMSI 1, No '<■-"> Front St
liOLSTKIVFRIKSIIV j
CATTLE'
(OMIXG. |
I* N L. I-Wl>. ♦ F M »t N'T VKRNON,
JO* u
mtUe, will be in the eH* the «r*f
th«» Mb of October, with 1* b«=#d of rMr« !
in rwote TO Portland. To th«r Fat »
Mfcoek Show. Ptrti«i de*!r*tia to buy riwiS4 }
btti hand. as he bft-« *oni ; i eery ftne bnl'a
and cow* f>r *al" If w{■*,', to m?r him !
c> 1 at t e jtennawirfc,.
BipsT j
niDB VVI: fr *:F -Tvri» nr THE
l> nud r» ~.*d i II o'cWk * m of .
W. ?«*r the rvectloa of * j
thrw-sUier hrirk buenan hsor-k for Stem**. {
Jam*** A Has* in n. Piwt T< 4 * a#«nJ. Pian* •
and aiioii* e-ac noe ho Mesa nt ©a? j
o«<v He r> «m« - -fct to tor |
oralUM*. FISHER A CLARK, |
Architects. f
BisiiMlip
J I Wiv <3*; • of Oir * -ek of
Family t.;.- >:mi>
«*»oD HILL. ETC., j
T ) Mr. Add' *»>;■. S®.; ir t> laXc of Jtowst * a»!Kc*.
Montana, we d'* - re t*> mtm ovr thaaAs ■
t» jtrng jttnuw. awl tak« yiti*iy» la
Mr a* a *noee«urr to
*!w who will make a of
fce*ptag tfk i fa#* and a no
to v4ea*e wi# 8»«; turn «rtA .
w I •tliHiift , (
IL W. MOJ.tR * CO. j
JAPAN BAZAAR.
m 6*ikn
—;y—
Fina Japan«t>3 Goods,
B*bfoW«?e-R, Or-iaare&tn &r4 j
Cartoa. Tls-e t&oicesi al. at j
lawFea*
C9^).rl'.. -•.. it L ft
UMiKwn trader «*sw!*»a -rf U»t
Fvsmi. For s*if. To Ut asrf «***£.*»
Warned will He Soaervwl a! :m rat* at *
■.in.— a w«ed (« ftn« iaMLlla*:_l •
wand flprawrb ««»as*ae»* ia*«!«a. W
msS al way* is adTUcc.
T!w >»**:* arc advrr
tfawi-H aitbj>o«iw
X. v. a -m*. J.
A j. : v -» _H
emflotmewt wAjrrxjo
w OF SPJ
?! »▼ ytf*Aii£ mi cSMfktKM la
leerrta* an 4 rrwrm! »*« *<**. Finrt
rlaia r»!<WKtv A4sta«« E E F.. Ib-a
■ifflg- ___
YI'ANTEIi —-'Tr\TTON BY aENTIJE-
U ku, active, ac'l «wi»jrt*«t to SI!
.im«wt aar p. La»4 mat«rr» »re
(trrabir. b« toy r«»loT»cnS afrrftaWe-
NoC alra. t Co *«k. V**S «f rrl*rea*r*
civ«s- s»frtcr» to t* '«!l»saftorjr or so
pay. Aihb* a J. E . tbli t»Cfr.
WAVSD POSITION BY EAJOT^N
\l rtiuoi man . 00-uarti t-o»io«*» «■*
prrtßm a.in koofck«*t*r Xo objr«tk»o to
ioritloi. Cm relerrittv*. A<Mre»a " Eu
fflt." th'J
ti- vNTf lv —.TVATIuNOF?.'ME KIND
It byy-jnaz mail frora the E»« «■
p«-rieaeed in ra. l'XMttiimg. So hnokk*r*pi»#.
and b a teier; ».;■!' operator. ' ma
fn.-aiab be« recontmeoJatwoi. Addnaa
E. 1.. tbi« olt'-e.
%I'ANTEI> .-nTATION BY PKACTT-
It cal esdaeer with good nrKre«ee. ;
«tatl>Mia-* <-n*itw pre'erre.l. laanire of
JOHSO. BOZ«>KTH. room It. BnilwMwk.
ANTED—rPHOIinrE*Y. CARPETS
»1 uk and laid at * a yard. i-ar
pelt 3c per ?ard. E O. fcOBINSUS,
»'i<! IVfflK*».
help wanted.
w AXTED-BL.U CSMITH. MTW BE A
It (ooi one abie to »h»e hojaca and
familiar with iozjcrv «ai aawntill blaek
-toith work. * a«w K» a month and board.
SeaTeo Manufatltnaa Co.. Bncoda. W. T.
WANTEU-A WOMAN WHO IS AG<»OD
▼ f rook aa<l !»*andw>«. Apply luMR-S.
A. MACKINTOSH, corner Third ®a*l Vui
v*»r»;ty
ANTED-APPRENTICE; ONE WH<»
f» nn-JvrfttaufU ivw-lor. Inquire ror
o*? of Front *ui over Pfcifte
I>r*i«
W ACTHV-SKID" ti CARPEN TKitf ll)R
f * work on railway bri<l*<* on ihe line
•f the m-wttlc, !-ake %r A ira»»era Rail
war AM'iy as ofire ol HI'NT A PaT
"PC»N. fcilman
w A>"TE[>— Tf N -EAM*TKESSE.s To
»t work ■' Apvi*" to
MRS. A O. HALL, tlrvj.tu.kio*
m-tit Tokia*. *i"g,--rn«n & < r».
W ANTED-«IKL IS -MAI L FAMILY.
»» I uuiiire HI oßre NtUleVotl A Irun
Co.. Ih-l-a-'.t hniMlug.
\\"antei>-a<;en"ts to -oucrr i\-
tit-tu hi :y >j»r»'ferred, ln*uraa?v. #£•
a wt*»k at a t-ijmi «f ** rwh vc«r. Fr»r terri
t'.rvaa<lrerTQii»i-ire»» J'>HN .•?. PI'RDV,
'r. zl f*ark Knar. New Vmk Citv
\\*T WISH T»» ): MPLOY A FEW J*AUW
** raen on ••Jary to tell our g»K*ta by
»a:uplv la ifte wbo\ «*!<? and retail trade * »f
W. T., and adjoinin* states. We
are the large** manufacturer* of oar line
In tiie r.-ontrr. j*-ad tw a cenra in ataiapft
for partir»».a--. No p **a•> answered. CVn
tefiolal M f jf Co.. Cincinnati. O. wean
IV AN t Kl»— A FIRCT CLASS POLISHER,
ft Address or <ail FRANK HITCH
COCK, White Lastsdry, w. T-
W ANTED—BOY AT WESTERN I N ION
» ' Ttltirr*; h : gixtd wastes paid.
11"ANTED.—A < OMPETENT. SOBER
▼ » iir». krv.aker. Oae well recommended
v!l! fiod Mtnlv employment. Apply tot'.
U MILLER. < h>. rry street.
WANTED lO CORDWOOD CH< >PPEM
»» winter's ).«b. Apply C. L. MILLER,
lOn Cherry street.
\\' AN i El>—STK<» N«i BUY; ONE « ELL
t» acquainted with the streets. CHES
TER <!F.UY
LOST.
I Or-r—OK fIoLKN- v BLACK WATKR
j spanic!, one year old, two feet high;
had on brass collar with iock; aaswer> to
the name ol Polly. Finder please return
to 723 Coioaafreet and receive reward.
FOR RENT
rp ► R' Sr—AN EIGHT-ROOM HOCSR,
1 rartia.ly f*rni»h< d. Eighth street, be
twei n W uorn a;:d Yiryfnia streets. Apply
ou prem> - t > Ml'.- • AIT. GFo. J HILL.
'P l KENT—TWO KI'BNISHED ROOMS
I f-.r genUeineo. Apply Second .f.
'po KENT— KIKNHIIEB RtX)M For
I .lujcle Keutl.'iiiftti in ptlvate furir.ly.
A:.ply rwraer Frynr aud Cnivcnity *Trr, t>.
lift*? r«»u<-e».
r pO RENT. TW«» FI'RNISHED SUNNY
L fr*»nt : v»tos for «entl** men or et-ntle
njan aadwlfe. Apply at ouce ai 1116 Sec
ond street.
IXm KENT—rt'RNISHED AND UNFCB
uishrd in all part* of til city
• all on HARRY E. S^WAFFORD. »-oorn»
24 au 1 •&. Tnion Rl«»ck. Front st mh3l
FOR SALE
> % LB—CHEAP— A sEfoND HAND
Emenxm plauo for flOl, in payn.etits
to suit jHtrehaser Inquire at Eleventh and
Columbia str*-etf.
rt-d cow. two years old. iin)v>Mi.,ltd
October 6. Notice I# hereby privctt that on
Saturday, October S3, a* 10 o>lock in the
forenoon of said day I will s*»U at public
auctiou to ihe highest bidder for « ash the
above described cow, to ytf costs of las
|ionndit)?a d keeping. The owner or own
er* of sasd row are Mftme unknown. J.
MITCHEIX. chief of Pottee.
I"* »U - U.E—IW t U»T> NORTH SRAT-
I He. Mercer addition. 60x12*. all cleared.
A Nanrain Kor further partieulsr* apply
to YEN EN «x V AI'GH an. Musk* Store.
L»R - ALE—t HEAP-NEW Rl< JIARD-t-
I Tho'! jhmoi a n indi- a'or 3>,
40 and fiO-po-in l >j riuvs. A'ldress K.,
this offlee.
I»R > v;j \OF THE KE-TIoT IN
I the hill orerl<M«kn>a Ijike I'dos and
therityats tianraln if taken this week.
T. r. Tt'HHS. new building; corner third
and Cherry street*.
nee* four rt^orncottages, hard finished
and j»aiu?e«i. four blocks fr»»m Jm
street cable road. Will sell or tiv
■ether. Terms easy. A Ulr »sGEo. OVER
TON. Hi>x !?. city.
IX>K -ALE—BY THE OWNER—ONE
to fite-aer* tracts nHMdow land
m>ar the city. |."«0 to 47'» per a<*re. Title. C.
i*a?- at. A4dr<«« J. this ofß^e.
* >R s* VLF. • \R !j » \1) nUBH Mli.K
I row* «u<l t ,4he-. at*Uv«ry
j*taWe, oq Tliird street. U tw»-ru Mill aa<l
K- .OFb-< Ir- AND
v a;:-i ?■'•.'• :'c I!®> Krort* *tre«-t.
I'' ;K K \i\ -INF.— %NU At RK
K j. M )i<N»iCS,o!i«e, Cok^
man v'-ar*. i*> •: t'olgmbt* «tti*et.
>A I.Ki KF>. IESS THAN
I o»t* mile Ufc-tp Ilarb>r. a' -o 1 •<)
arre*..»a? *n-K • ."•HELTON «fc AiiM
*Tß'» > .%r-a»le b« i«4lu<. Front »tm t.
FN»R CONTAIN INS MX
'art- ro»-m*. Hot at»4 eoW water
KlfeUen! I«- atfoa Term* ea.*T. Fi»r for-
UMHT *TOLJR TO W. J. JFEXN4XTII\
Stfy BaiMlng.
FV>R -\LE-HO( <E AND i.«»T FOR
9sOfc Sew *-iww bi.n] finish l«G*e,
«B Ttath WIWWB Main a:*'. J»k
«<»o; bewyrtfai lon'ton. Hf«i* v»'il rvnt
terf4o y*tfmonth. BAEB A BOAXLMAN,
n> -» K .v.- :
poK -ATE —OLD SIWfpAfKRS AT
r »K - *J>: -■ .+• 'V uT..» -
i Seotn »*ea-' . j-r >- hall #a*>..
k New Wilfre-t a-l litu**, TH-HT .!«- k
M»a f-»h, V H(V.)
baarrswpt Balel __
F*on &A UC OLD KXKftPArSM SN*
br.-'Uea of iflft, at th;»
-pt»R HALE-THK nor and a A f FARM
I tin- iate t". M. Van Dof-n,
«n White R&e«r, ne«r Seattle, w. T. Tfcla
i# an Ufe*l farta In ewtt n , *r«*-rt. 1* worth
and i* ft* fTJM
f*-' . «•! ia
HMlt a* ft per c«tL Mt aa-anmV For r*r
: .wiar* of J. T M.NAt^HT,
CV. Y T.
FISAMCIAt.
\M iiCMIXifAX WITH A I EVi THi#C
. »*a I tJoHar* a.vl w 4r«» r*s« Ea*t
era %3K^iri , *l» ft> •NA*;*"'- tn IL*e
and tela Us4&m in «««e i?mv
i:i a *' »•■*•*» of % aifcii*tftti>a Tenitaiy THoM -
A- JARr'StiLUJ ElfiUetiiUi itrwi.
f; . •/se.j»a ui. ft.
\I 'N F. \ T VU'A>—<7v RhAL K>TV ?£
.»] r- »'v • j»rr«-»niu *#*■ artt*.
- •" . -. • ho'V k X L
LES- A fu, IW Mia O«^:>fc-«Tai
: Wi. fvU
MOKKY T'» J-*>AN IN K'Mi felTT,
*»OG tajowre4 H*r awt fans j-rt>p
a>* Wert: rate*. in eioaiflK
fcjf** F IK-5 A 4#i. s. IX ' ■ 1 *. .'lt*
EDUCATIOKAt.
h K&rtewww* *4ll *• opeaad Oggg*
U. l*"v. on *r<-rt.
.ami *«>«. P«* ebiidreß 01
i*rm*a »°f
aflrraouit. drawls* o« "•**
faeritf tflaww- -
* *OCAL cnLTTRE. HANI AND 6CI
- « L iiS O. X WULUM). Bell.™
2^^ M mma0■■ ■
IfItCGXAHEOCS
\VAXTEI> —MAS HiVlSii ESTAE
il*b**i trade with fmcer* ud pcn_
ml iMs oa the Soond. Aodres* X. thia
othee.
F'AaHIOSABLE DMssMAKIS-i. B.EA-
Huhle term*. Curatt Front and
iaop. uTrf pf.ge jnu ««rc.
WASTED-HOrSE TO BENT BY OCT.
»» ■£,: [Htf iiunt Fifth wrrrt. a«r >»"-
soud Fia«: »ii or more rwwi*. A4oiw» r
L M.. TT*. Hnr.
WASTED- PCPIL3 IS SHUKTHASp
f » and inrnnCU to gwHfr for pnai
ttoafc Job 'ir.Tk doue a; taw* **jEi
Koocn A. Gordon WMI»t. MEfflilßS
THOMAS* M*THKW.«.
IVASTED-A Hol'SE WITH i TO 8
»\
take bowse wltb gentleman and *!*• Aa
diraa A. W.. P O. Btntd.
WA CHONO A CO..
CHINA TEA STORE.
\IX KINW OF TEA DIWtCT FROM
China, the «mt and be«. too « rta.
to H per ponnd Rice, ontnm. «llk hand
keirhiefa and Jagaaaat
Brick Hons, corner Third and » aah.a*Too
atrreta. J[l?
REGI'LAR COCNCIL OF SEATTIi
Tribe So. 2, I O. R. M , etyr Ssitur
d«T ereuln* *t 5 p a., in K. j - Hall.
Opera House hlock- Viaitiaf brothers
coMitlly InrifcMl. __ .
J. C. MITCHELL, Smcbcm.
y>. r. of R.
Lilt of Guaranteed
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY
FOR SALE BY
PALMER & BET,
'R.V.V, I .' Portland, Or.
San xraE Cisco. Lot Angt'.ef, Cil-
Se;te;nber, lv**.
Harivr thoron?hlr overhaalva thr»e
in owr own machine k how, we emu
gna'antee them to be in goou running
order*
TtEJIS: We will jKeU the** machines
for a partial ca-h payment, givinc t.rae on
balance, and will take second-hand iaa
ehim «in trade. ABV parties desirin* sec
ond hand pr*>*e* will do well to write ua,
a* we are ctfiwtaally receiving bargain*.
CYLINDER PRESSES.
I—l Hoe Dram Crlinder, 3 Roller. 3<
x.Vi. » sOO
2—l H«: Drum Cylinder, 2 Roller, 17
Xjl i*)
3—l Hoe Drum Cylinder, 2 Roller, 17
x2l 49t
4—l Hoe Drum Cylinder, 2 Roller, r»l
xSO .' too
"6 1 Cottrell 2 Rev.. 2 Roller, 38x56 r.'-OO
(Nearly new. With Dexter Folder
attached, t <OO extra.)
*—l Porter Druai CyL, 'J Roller, s4x3o ?00
7-lCinciuiJati.lv/ do 2*x42 7 0
*—i do do do Sllff
V—l do do do :ilx4ii &0
10—1 A. Campbell iuterm.. 2 Roll., 33x40 *OO
} i—l Intern d'te <. ampbell,2 RoL ;«x49 1200
12—1 F.t rbaven. do 31x4i> 7A)
i:<—l Chicago Hand CyL, do Slx4tf MX)
14—1 do do do 31x41 600
15—1 Railway Hoc. do 81x46
lo—l Dbl.C> 1. Tay lor do 4J.VJO 27u0
(Patent Air sprint. First clan*con
dition. Will ran 2500 i»ef hour.)
17—1 Taylor Air Spring. 21x34 7:0
JOB PRESSES.
I*—l O. >. Gorrtou, no ThrowofT.7xll f 110
IV—l do do with Throw;»iT. 7xii 129
,20—1 do do aft Thro wolf..' ; xl'j 73
21—1 Columbian, no Throwoff. 6xl* "J
' J2—l Cniver-ai. with Throw off. 7xll 175
; 23—1 O.Gordon, no Throwotf. fcxti. 110
; 24—1 do do with ThrowotT. ll>xl"> 200
{2s—l do do with Throwoff. 10x15 _IW
i 2*5 —1 Peerless, with ThrowofT, 10x15 2-jO
j 27—1 do do do 10x15 250
i —1 do do do 10xt5. 2no
• O. Gordon, no ThrowofT. 10x15. 1«J
SO—l Globe, with ThrowofT, l.ixli 1.0
A CARD.
The TYPE and PRINTING MATERIAL
l n*ed on this *wr i« from the foundry of
PALMER A KKY, and the same |ins en
• tire sat I-* fact ion. Miwtrfr
FOtT-INTELLIOEKCER PPB. CO.
IGRKTLTIRIL LANDS!
FOR SALE.
IMPROVED AND LMHPBOVED.
1 *>?()( > Ac'lVS
OF
RIVER BOTTOM. MARSH
AMD TIDE LAMD3.
"f IfrlililT. of producing
1a ■ -z<r cr> ■ j>. Nt
CRAIN, HAY. HOPS AND
VECETABi.ES.
SStmM la the ?i.wil valley ne»r Mnunl
Vernon,
Convenient to PMtoffice, School,.
Churchu and Xiver HaTi^ation.
Will be Sold in Tracts of
40. 80 OR 160 ACEES.
To Salt PnrvhaiM rs.
Title. U. 8. Pat-eat.
1N WRE OF
M. X. 1.. I ) A \ IS,
MOUNT Y£RSOS. W T.
OT QUYER3* CUSOE f»
t*ane<x Mafeh
iiu-h *tar. It i» an en<*^«
♦i?a of useful in format I«»« for
ali whofus." .»»* • i Iqixur. -a
or tne ii» ■ i»f ,ifV We
ran «•''-tbe \*>n aul furnish
yon with al> f!:c and »-<M»ry
to ride, walk. <le#ee» sleep, eat.
: r»b, hunt, work, »fo to chuivh. or atay a?
: b«»ra*', aici In Tari-Hii si&'t, ati
( Q jaatitii-s. JU«A Bgtsr- •»«* w t -»at J% re
'ii v : '". - ' COMFOHTA
oi>x. aii v **• a fair < >riw.att* of
the ~f la . BUYERS' CUfCC.
whieh will heNVt ttpoo ammwlleWßj
*" T«T PO«RAJC*
MONTGOSEH? WARD £ CO.,
111-114 H.cii:i?sn Artist,
WORK R:^ % :V S
•otf |a-ti -. «r. r~ )•. o V!( KSSK !
Attgn.rt. tr.- mtl 1
| » «iEXT» WAXTID-m» Ol'R K>JO
« a .sir hifci *t -~ K • ttntsH*n*e **<INI Uir
A. L HAS- KOFT A » a.
FISHERIES!
Vl* E 'Kg 14 PAKKD >TTH FIR.<T !
1* -,h ... •' fi, . * t.no; 4jf j
' tad pnr-ie. tup *t;«:ed to -Ha etast !
; ialkenea. Mwpliali A. li-je. O»R ctsimi j
' Msaau r ia iu j
, Tna&inA aii
f'«r, io ex.*ad ht* oal w»?n
! *»<!s*mv.-sl haul thate ari:w« st» t-a? • •
We )tttWc«nt*pMii» w!*L &*■ be;, f
! v*>, i.a;i iwakc
SUHiOESTtR NET&TW.KE CO
Olauc«»tcr, H? JI.
1 a*MOSc«, H . ill -•, m^b
A WEEK OF BARGAINS!
gcT DRESS MDS^g'
have now on vi#w ®n immense line of
DRESS GOODS, SILKS. VELVETS AND TRIMiIG GGO9S
Which represent every novelty procurable In he
Eastern cities.
During the present week we shell offer bargains In tits*
goods which can And no equal in the Northwest. It Is not •*
styles or old qoods because we have no old goods that w«
pose to sacrifice this week, but the newest and most deslratfc
soods to be found In America.
It is an easy matter to test the accuracy of this statema*.
We are always ready to show our goods. We treat every lady
cisely the same, whetherthey purchase or not.
It would be idle JO suppose that the bargains which waolfc,
this week will last very long, and delay In this casa is tha p*.
chaser's loss.
Orders carefully executed.
Samples sent free on application.
DOHENY & Ml RUM, /§
Corner Col u m l>la and Front WtrroU. Wrnttlf. W.t
Z. C. MILES, 1 '
(B«r.-*«er to a Situ . VVheie»»tr »n.l Itrtall Itcskr I*
RI.MiKS, COOII, PARLOR i.ND BOX STOVES.
Ori"r» from the conntry »ol!riUrl *>:•* Mf!«[«rtlon Gn>&rantw.l
Give uh h call unit look thixmsh o*r immense atoek#
Mill ItrMt, Rntllt. W. T. |S
ALBERT ||
MULKI IX
Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. 1
fj
ola agent* for th« relebriit^d
STEINWAY PIANOS.
Ami oth»r JH*ir*t-clnm Makra of Pluno* and Organa
YESLER HLCKTK. F7U< NT STREET.
W
IST. AIIMSTROXG & CO.,
Livery Hack and Sale Stable; Managers of Seattkr
Transfer Company.
Flr«t-fI«M Turnout*. Order* tilled at any hour day or night.
T' <if" » • trniv Vi n ira-l
———a— i, ■ i . i i i i———r
M O RAN BROS.,
Iron Founders and
AND DEALERS IS
Mill «n l i wu , «•>■! CAfiv f pipe ani KlWbk
u if r M*' ll '"' fi '»p >f «nf! f ji* Smtn -r.'»ra mat
Hand I uinp«. Hue** Parkin* an ! Waata; Cylinder an ! other LubriratiOi< Oils; lili—
w . . «' atinflr i<* public aad private Mil
\ h f J*** compUrt® pipe cutting and threadta* machinery north •/ Saa
H i-« k #? L "? I** tntrt , ne *' **» , l»H kind*of machinery and n»
paired. wehav«!on baud and fortale low.aacond-baud and ba4Je?%
■ **' y.n r,,. t « tr ».mi.. p. r-• r»ff box *
Pharmacy Hall!
Northeast Corner Second and Columbia Streets,
KKATTMO, . - - \y. T.
I3ST STJI?,^.IsrGE3'
I." ML ITS BHIMRM.
ire, and .Accident.
TAYLOR & BURNS,, Agents,
Co an Exclusive insurance Business, representing 25
companies, the best in the world. Prompt
payment cf losses.
rr an F «»r ii' r old oiiatomcrx.
In Butler'# B«Hdn„.
LETT 8R05.7
TWT<Ai.>. n . HfO*T»l« OB UKkLIJUt IX
IMPORTED, KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIOAIIb
Au-I all».«!.. TOiJ A{X»S, PIFES. CUTURT,
•* •»•••"• •-» • *>mn»ij. p„ w „
—N< uttle» W. T. _
LOWMAN &HANFORO S.&P.C
SOLE AGiSTS IOA
tarai iUiDlin |ap
AMD OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS.
_ »n MU.IC InstrurrpnTs. Cor. Tront , Wd Cherry.
BOOTH & BRISCOE,
Abstracts of Land Titles,
H »-t Xh-i 0.1t%r »;J wt of *UH*»C! Book! !o tS- C»*uSj.
E 3 »d «. V filfr lur, »Rit«il» s

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